Tri-Cities entrepreneurs have as their objective the growth and development of their businesses. Running a company effectively involves not only savvy business knowledge but access to the targeted advice of others who can prevent issues that could disrupt the flow of the business. Entrepreneurs often have financial and legal advisers who can shed light on ongoing concerns, leaving business owners free to develop and pursue their business strategy.
Laughlin & Company Lawyers Mediators has gained the trust of Port Coquitlam and area business owners over more than a decade in the region. We represent hundreds of companies in a variety of business issues. Our lawyers offer business advice based on British Columbia law and the best practices of entrepreneurs in this province.
Accessible Adviser For Business Law Issues
Our Port Coquitlam legal lawyers offer business owners timely, accessible counsel on a broad range of operational issues. Simply put, if a business has a phone, it has us ready and willing to serve it. We can answer questions and provide analysis on issues such as:
- Workplace disputes
- Human resources
- Human rights complaints
- Supply contracts
- Business relationships
- Leases and licensing agreements
- Business growth and development
- Business structure
- Purchase of another business
- Competition law
- Regulatory matters
- City by-law infractions and permits
Developing ongoing relationships with our clients is a primary goal of our law firm. As we develop a rapport with local business owners and get to know the nature of their operations, we can offer relevant and proactive advice that keeps their business running smoothly. Businesses benefit from our knowledge that has been built up over many years as a full-service firm in the Tri-Cities.
To learn more about our business law practice, contact us for a consultation with a member of our legal team. Call the firm at 604-239-0800 or get in touch online. We serve business clients in the Tri-Cities municipalities of Poco, Port Moody and Coquitlam, and throughout the Lower Mainland.